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DirtyMagic97

2014/15 Barclays Premier League Season

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Better lucky then good eh guys? That last goal was almost as off-sides as Ramses was. Southampton did look really good though. I think they may be a surprise this season. Almost everyone (including me) wrote them off with Poch and the multitude of players leaving this summer.

 

 

Aguero's effort today was amazing at the end of the Manc game, but that RCB should be shot for not following up and cutting off his second kick.

 

 

At the end of the day though, it's all about who wants it more, and obviously the guys who won the game for their team did so. Grats to all the winners this weekend!

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Better lucky then good eh guys? That last goal was almost as off-sides as Ramses was. Southampton did look really good though. I think they may be a surprise this season. Almost everyone (including me) wrote them off with Poch and the multitude of players leaving this summer.

 

 

Aguero's effort today was amazing at the end of the Manc game, but that RCB should be shot for not following up and cutting off his second kick.

 

 

At the end of the day though, it's all about who wants it more, and obviously the guys who won the game for their team did so. Grats to all the winners this weekend!

 

Almost offside is onside.

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Burnley strikes first. - and that lead lasted 3 minutes, ball goes off post to Costa for a gimme.

 

4 minutes later, Chelsea take the lead.

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Almost offside is onside.

 

Wait.. that's not what I was sayi... awww, to hell with it. Works for me :D

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Chelsea looking dangerous. Fabregas assist was gorgeous.

Every season Chelsea looks dangerous and every season they run out of gas. They also played against Burnley.

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Newcastle new attack looks dangerous. Aston Villa is holding on for dear life.

 

Cabella has been isolated the last 10 minutes or so. He was giving them fits.

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